|Freedom's Silent Host - A Poem By Margaret E. Sangster 1896|
This is an audio recording of the poem "Freedom's Silent Host" by Margaret E. Sangster 1896. Recited by Grant Raymond Barrett. Thank you for listening.
Keywords: Margaret E. Sangster American Poet Memorial Day Poem Grant Barrett
|Ezra Pound, a few WWII broadcast recordings - Ezra Pound|
Ezra Pound, a few WWII broadcast recordings
Keywords: Radio broadcast; WWII; Ezra Pound; Jew hater; American poet; Poet POW; Poet racist
|The Life & Legacy of Adrienne Rich, with Susan Van Dyne - 2012-03-31 - Sounds of Dissent radio|
- Sounds of Dissent, producer Amy Grunder Smith College professor Susan Van Dyne discusses the late great feminist poet and essayist Adrienne Rich, one of the most influential writers of her generation.
Keywords: Adrienne Rich; American poet; feminist; feminism; women's liberation; social justice; art and politics; poetry; poet; women writer; women; artist; lesbian; queer; jew; jewish
|Insight: Cal Expo arena? / Marcos Breton / Sherman Alexie|
Cal Expo arena? - Cal Expo staff and the NBA are talking about a Kings arena on the Cal Expo grounds. Today on Insight, key players in the talks tell you about the possibilities, the challenges and what it would mean for the region if the arena is ever built. Marcos Breton - We check in with Sacramento Bee metro columnist Marcos Breton about some issues facing the region, including the proposed arena at Cal Expo and the potential closing of Basketball Town in Elk Grove...
Keywords: Cal Expo; NBA; Sacramento Kings; new arena; Marcos Breton; Sacramento Bee metro columnist; Basketball Town; Sherman Alexie; Native American poet; writer; Smoke Signals; Flight; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Camerata. Poeti. Florence. Italy. Sept 1996. Vanna Bonta Speech.excerpt - Otello Pagliai; Florentine Camerata; Italian Minister of Culture|
Vanna Bonta speaks to the Poetry Society (Florentine Camerata) at a 1996 presentation of her work convened by the Italian Minister of Culture.Literary Conference: works by poet and novelist Vanna Bonta. September 1996Cassa di Risparmio; Florence, ItalyThis recording is an excerpt from recording: Gabriella Fiori dissertation - Flight: a quantum fiction novel,by Vanna Bonta; literary analysis of debut of quantum fiction discussed as a new literary genre.
Keywords: speech; author comments; recorded live; literary genre; american literature; poetry; literary review; poet; literary; conference; speech; vanna bonta; florence; italy; books; novels; american literature; american poet; lecture; writing; Italian-American; firenze
|Rodham. Radio. Oct. 29.1996. Talk. American. Network. Transcript - American Talk Radio | Rodham Radio|
Hugh Rodham chats politics and elections prior to second term of William Jefferson Clinton with producer Brad Nimchek and Tim Hough. Discussion with special guest, American poet/novelist Vanna Bonta, introduces her new book that introduced “quantum fiction” and covers Florence, Italy, political power, Machiavelli, Hollywood, writing for Star Trek: TNG, Gene Roddenberry, quantum physics (double slit experiment), creativity, leadership and more...
Keywords: Radio; talk show; Talk America Network; interview; 1996; transcript; Hugh Rodham; Rodham Radio; American the Beautiful; Acres U.S.A; farmers; Brad Nimchek; Washington DC; voting; elections; Democrats; Bill Clinton; President Clinton; American authors; Bob Dole; voters; polls; Republicans; second term; District of Columbia; Natalie Dupree; Columbia Audio Bookclub; Tim Hough; American poet; contemporary novelist; Vanna Bonta; Flight by Vanna Bonta; Flight: a quantum fiction novel; author; books; Hollywood; Florence; Italy; Machiavelli; quantum physics; space exploration; Calhoun; Stephen Hawking; Robert Heinlein; consciousness; innovation; power; political power; Star Trek The Next Generation; Gene Roddenberry; Chamber of Poets; Andrew Young; Martin Luther King; culture; new genre; literary genre; quantum fiction; human will; consciousness; humanity; coincidence; John F. Kennedy; Abraham Lincoln; Lyndon B. Johnson; Andrew Johnson; Theodore H. White; historic coincidences; John Gray; Gerry Spence; John Grisham; James Redfield; Larry King